Relational Ethics factor influencing depressive symptom among adolescents Srinakharinwirot Prasarnmit
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Objective: To study influence of family relationships on depression and convergent validity among adolescent student.
Methods: Researchers distributed the RES family relationship measurement test, Thai version, to students at Srinakharinwirot School, Prasarnmit, with a depression score of more than 15 scores from the Children ‘s depression inventory (CDI) Thai version from Grade 6 to Grade 10, totaling 88 people. To study the relation of the family relationship on the depression of adolescent students using the Pearson’s correlation coefficient. For evaluate convergent validity using analysis of variance: ANOVA and Stepwise multiple regression.
Findings: Family relationships, both vertical and horizontal relationships, in general and in all aspects (trust, entitlement and loyalty) were significantly opposite of the depressive score. Statistically important both where the vertical family relationships was associated with the depressive score of -0.668, the horizontal family relationships was with the depression -0.429. Analysis of variance It was found that those who were very depressed had less mean of the family relationships score, overall and in all aspects. The regression model analysis It was found that the vertical relationship had an effect on the depressive score. Statistically significant which has a coefficient of -0.408 with a value of R2 of 0.443.
Conclusions The family relationships from RES Thai version was associated with depression symptoms. RES Thai version had good accuracy and could be used as a predictor of the severity of depressive symptoms. This can be used in screening family conflicts to be used to assess the pathology of depression. As well as a more targeted and effective treatment plan for patients.
Keywords: Relational Ethics Scale (RES) in Thai version, vertical relationships, and horizontal relationships
บทความที่ส่งมาลงตีพิมพ์ในวารสารสมาคมจิตแพทย์ ต้องไม่เคยตีพิมพ์หรือได้รับการตอบรับให้ตีพิมพ์ในวารสารฉบับอื่น และต้องไม่อยู่ระหว่างการส่งไปตีพิมพ์ในวารสารอื่น
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